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  • Letter: Praise for Collins from MRRA

    On behalf of the board of trustees of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority, I want to commend Sen. Susan Collins for her recent vote against a sweeping amendment that would have not only placed a binding three-year prohibition on congressional earmarks, but also would have eliminated fun...

  • Letter: Cumberland Wood Bank success

    I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to more than 50 people in the community who have contributed to the Cumberland Wood Bank this year. We have raised more than $3,000 in fuel assistance for those in need, in the greater Cumberland community. This was done through the gene...

  • Letter: No sympathy for Beem's critics

    I've been thinking about sending this letter for a long time, and now I'm doing it in support of Edgar Allen Beem. I look forward to his columns because most of the time they reflect what I'm also thinking. It's amazing to me that there are people, like those who are anti-Beem, who have their h...

  • Letter: Beem points in the right direction

    I had breakfast last week at Governor's and brought The Forecaster home with me. I read a letter from Jerry Gordon of Portland, in response to Edgar Allen Beem's previous column. I did not read that column, but my eyes opened wide at Jerry's rant. Does Jerry regularly read newspapers, watch or li...

  • Letter: Fuzzy logic in Falmouth

    Do half-truths belong in the debate about what to do with Falmouth's Plummer, Motz and Lunt properties? Absolutely not. Aren't they just smoke and mirrors to cover shaky logic and vacuous arguments? A recent letter writer may be guilty of the above when she implied there is significant sup...

  • Letter: Falmouth should sell Lunt, Plummer

    I feel very strongly that Falmouth Memorial Library should remain at Lunt Road. I was one of several citizens who worked long and hard to raise funds for the renovation and expansion of the library. Its wide use speaks well to both the facility itself and to the staff. I realize that some expansi...

  • The Universal Notebook: Paul LePage’s Cabinet of curiosities

    You can judge a man by the company he keeps, or, in the case of Gov.-Elect Paul LePage, by the people he appoints to his transition team. Amid the otherwise predictable business leaders and conservative politicians, LePage has larded his team with a bunch of tax-cappers, tea-partiers and c... 27

  • No Sugar Added: Admissions, college and otherwise

    They say you can’t go back. Well, I am here to tell you, as the mother of a daughter who is in the thick of the college search process, apparently, “they” were wrong. Ophelia is entertaining the notion of attending the same college I attended. The same college her father attend... 1